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WORK STUDY STUDE'
evaluate cGnflicts. 761-2826.

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KEYS FOUND on corner of Hill & Oakland 12 FOR RENT OR SUBLET-Lease thru April. One KARATE DEMONSTRATION-U of M Tae Kwon
noon 1/12. Identify to claim. Call 764-0557. dA0117 bedroom furnished, campus close, older house, Do Club. Tues., Jan. 17, 7:00 p.m., CCRB Dance XEROX AND OFFSET
LOST before Christmas-RING OF KEYS on green fireplace, parking. $205/mo. or best. Utilities in- room. For info, call Joe, 665-8543 or Randy, 764- FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
coin purse, probably lost around South U. Contact cluded. 662-2199 persistently late. 88C118 8920. 08F115 COPY QUICK
--AA1217S. University
Susan'Cook. 995-2578. i 91A117 CAMPUS AREA-Lao 3-b~rn d nrmn umLDL~tlnInnr

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FOUND-LADIES WATCH on State. 764-4820. dA011.,
FOUND-PEACE OF MIND. Phone ENERGY
LINE, 663-5366, anytime. cAtc
LOST-GOLD BRACELET with coral cameo center.
Reward for return. 764-0557. 71A114
REWARD for return of Boston'Terrier (toy bull-
dog). Female, black and white, approx. 12 lbs., 1
blue eye, 1 year old. "Jiffy" lost on Fifth Ave.
near Liberty Tuesday, Jan. 10, 3 p.m. Call 764-
7487 days and evenings; or 769-2241 evenings. Ask
for Lee or Steve. 59A118
TWO SWELL CATS, each ten months old, female,
one black and the other calico, lost in vicinity of
Packard and Arch Sts. just before Christmas break.
If found, please call 662-7799 or return to 806
Packard. dA114
FOUND-Small black and white female Boston bull
terrier near Perry school (corner Div. & Packard).
No tags. 663-0889 or 761-5641. dA0114
MALE TIGER CAT about 9 mo. old. Found around
Fbrum Apts., Hill & State. If not claimed, will
give away. 995-3113, anytime. dA l4
FOU14D-LADIES WATCH in vicinity of Ann Arbor
Federal Savings. 662-5801. dA114
FOUND-Left hand black stitched mitten near
Geddes bus stop just before Xmas break. Call
Tim. 995-3833. dA0115

OLIVETTI electric portable typewriter for sale.
Excellent condition. $170-negotiable. Call 663-1910
after 5:30 p.m. 00B117
TEN GALLON all glass aquarium complete with
hood, filter, heater. Call 6-7, 764-0988. 76B114
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE-Manual portable; 12
inch carriage. Like-new condition. Was $110, asking
$75. Call 662-5671 anytime. 75B0118
REFRIGERATOR; 5 cu. ft., 1 yr. old. $100 or best
offer. Call Shan, 663-4336. 80B0118
TYPEWRITER for sale. Smith Corona manual,
great shape. $60 or best offer. 761-8948. 63B0114
HEADPHONE KOSS HV1A, Polaroid Pronto
camera. Call 995-8465. 54B0114
FOR RENT
FEMALE OR MALE housemate needed. Own bed-
room in three-bedroom house. Two blocks from
campus. $120/month total. 668-6776. 93C115
CONDO TO SHARE with two students. Own room,
$99/month. Available immediately. 995-4384. 06C120
OWN ROOM in 3 bedroom house near Burns Park.
Available now. No pets. $140/mo. 668-8709.. 98C117
FEMALE-Own room in large apartment on E.
Jefferson. $85. Call Felicia, 761-5044. '97C118
SHARE APT. IN HOUSE with one other woman.
Own bedroom. $137.50/month plus utilities. 668-7381.
07C120
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-Baits female triple
suite, double room. 668-8493. 04C121
TWO SINGLE ROOMS, five person cooperative
house thru August, Fall option. Margy, Chris, 994-
0651. 99C118
WANTED-Female grad student to share beauti-
fully decorated 2-bedroom apt. located 2 blocks
off central campus. Please call 994-8046 after 5.
_34C115
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
INST WADS FLAME
H O P E A L I A ROQ Y A L
P R A
POIPS AGT
EEN HEARTFREE
H O W P A R N E L L.
U N 0 UR NS P 'i E C E
P U R P L E D C A N A L E D
S K A TE BO0R E U N I
AURM H LE YE
T E R R A P I N S A M S
R Y E I T S A B O O T E E
URGE S S N E A K L E A D
M I N IM
P E E NS D AN S O L A

t airu5 nza Larg, 3nearom partment.
Suitable, mature grads, references. 662-1912, eve-
nings persistently. 74C119
FOUR-MAN APT. 1 place, $87.50/mo., close to
campus. 663-0087. 45C114
LARGE, SINGLE ROOM available. Close to cam-
pus. Two-floor house, share kitchen and bathroom
with two people. Rent $127/month, but negotiable.
June through August. 309 Packard. 665-0570 or 994-
6073. 77C117
ONE MALE NEEDED to fill 4-man modern apart-
ment. Carriage House Apartments, close to Diag
and CCRB. $98/month. 668-6091. 73C115
LARGE DOUBLE AVAILABLE-IN COED HOUSE
ON WALNUT. $105 per month. Call 662-3766. 80C114
FEMALE Desperately Needed for room in co-op.
Sharon, 994-5391. 15C0115
DOUBLES AVAILABLE-Board optional. $120/mo.
rent; $90/mo. rent. Near campus, in Fraternity.
994-4205. 29C0119
OWN ROOM in 3 bedroom house near Burns Park.
Available now. No pets. $140/mo. 668-8709. 03C113
ROOMS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY in nice
house close to campus. Call 662-2606 persistently.
cCtc
FALL '78
CAMPUS AREA
APARTMENTS AND HOUSES
WELL-FURNISHED UNITS IN MODERN
BUILDINGS AND UNIQUE
OLDER HOMES
STOP BY SOON
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AND
BEST SELECTION
CAMPUS RENTALS
S. UNIV. AT WASHTENAW
665-8825
Monday-Friday 9-5:30 Saturday 10-2
cCtc
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-Room and house on
campus location. Call 668-6906. cCtc
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share furnished 2-bed-
room apt. in Village Green North. Grad, profes-
sional or working nonsmoking preferred. 995-4863
persistently. 84C114
SINGLE in spacious 4-woman apartment with fire-
place. Close to campus. 761-4225, eves. 70C0114
FURNISHED ROOM
With kitchen privileges, close to campus, $85/mo.,
utilities included. Call 769-8520, days. 69C119
HOUSE FOR RENT-Campus location. Large house
for rent in campus area starting May 1st. 8 bed-
rooms, 2 kitchens, 2 bathrooms, livingroom, dining
room, and study room. House is partially furnished
and all utilities paid by landlord. 665-8702 after
5:30 p.m. 68C117
OWN ROOM-Availble immediately in 3 bedroom
apt. near campus. $100/month. Call persistently
between 12-10 p.m. 995-0991. 53C0119
HOUSES NEAR CAMPUS
One 6 bedroom, house furnishings negotiable. 1Ifurn.
8 bedroom house. Both in excellent condition with
good appliances and fireplace. May lease for respon-
sible groups. 769-1534. 51C0122

WHAT FRIEND OF RICHARD ROBINSON IS
IMPERSONATING DOCTOR DIAG? p48F0118
SPECIAL on Afro wigs and French perms. Wash-
tenaw Beauty and Barber Supply, 222 Detroit St.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48104,668-7356. 90F114
AN APPLE A DAY keeps the doctor away, but if
it fails, let us fill your prescription. The Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cF114
LIGHT MOVING
Local van $10 load
663-2669
cF416
GUNKHOLER
Join cruising sailors for a monthly evening of
drink and talk. Write Gunkholes, P.O. Box 7418,
Ann Arbor, MI 48107 for details. 46F123
THE 1978 MICHIGANENSIAN (U-M's Yearbook)
is looking for students interested in working on the
Business Staff. Positions are open in Marketing,
Sales, and General Business. No experience neces-
sary, we will train you. If interested, CALL 764-
0561 or come to our office at 420 Maynard (next
toSAB). dFtc
NICE JEWISH GIRL wanted to share a large
warm room in someone's life. All utilities included.
Write Daily Box No. 2. 83F114
AROUND THE WORLD GIFTS and jewelry on
sale at the EXHIBIT MUSEUM GIFT SHOP, 10-
4:30 M-F, Sat. & Sun. 1-5. Natural Science
Museums Building, N. University and Geddes.
86F115
GABRIEL RICHARD HIGH SCHOOL presents
"Pride and Prejudice" Saturday at 8:00 p.m.,
Sunday at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. in the Saint Thomas
Auditorium, 525 N. State. Tickets $2. 79F115
PERSONAL GROWTH GROUP. Mon, evenings. Bob
Blood, PhD. 769-0046. 10F121
NEEDED-People with asthma to participate in
a study of new asthmatic medication at the Univer-
sity of Michigan Medical School. Participants paid
$200 at completion of study. For details, call 764-
2260, 8-4 M-F. 50F0119
COUPLES ENRICHMENT WORKSHOP. Jan. 20-22
Bob, Margaret Blood. 769-0046. 12F0119
ELF. ELF. ELF. ELF.
Is awaiting your dial today. (313) 663-5366 any-
time-24 hours a day-7 days a week . . . plug
into the ELFS. 3 minute recorded message of
hope . . . encouragement . . . inspiration .
Our ELF motto: "Don't delay dial today" .
Don't forget that number-ELFS-(313) 663-5366.
SHALOM. cF0115
SUPER SALE
January 20-30. Save 25% on our regular lines of
long-burning tapers and gothics, Baldwin brass
candlesticks and accessories. Many other items
reduced as well. Little Dipper Candles, 415 N. Fifth
Ave. in Kerrytown (adjacent to Farmer's Market).
cF120
OPEN FOR BREAKFAST at 8 a.m. ROUND HAUS
CAFE, 618 Church, across from Blue Frogge. 995-
5095. CF416
.PRIMAL TRAINING and/or supportive counseling
at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller, Ann
Arbor, MI 48103. (313) 971-0102, Est. 1972. cF416
LOWEST COPY PRICES
THE COPYMILL
211S. State (near Olga's)
Copies, course packs, while
you wait! 662-3969
Our prices really are the lowest
cFtc
CONTACT LENS WEARERS-Save on brand name
hard and soft lens supplies. Send for free illustrated
catalog. Contact Lens Supplies, Box 7453, Phoenix,
AZ'85011. 24F11
"ONE OF the most daring, spectacular rescues of
modern times," says Time Magazine. PREVIEW
SHOWING of action movie:
"OPERATION THUNDERBOLT"
One time limited seating performance of the most
expensive, powerful, and exciting Israeli movie ever
made. Never shown on television. This Sun., Jan.
15, 1 p.m. Fifth Forum Theatre, $3.00 reg., $2.00
student. We recommend contacting Beth Emeth,
Hillel or Chabad, House for tickets in advance.
For further information: 662-6666. 38F115
ALTERNATIVE Elementary School has openings
now for children 5-9. Children's Community Center,
663-4392. 40F118
SKI VENTURE
CROSS COUNTRY
SKIING
FIVE GROOMED TRAILS
MOONLIGHT TOURS
LESSONS
GROUP PARTY RATES
STUDENT DISCOUNTS: WEEKDAYS WITH I.D.
Leslie Golf Course, Ann Arbor
668-9011
Open daily
cF3l
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy
tests available. cFtc
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)

Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc

SECOND SERVE
1978 Michigan Rose Bowl T-Shirts
406 E. Liberty
cFtc
JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB,
with the FORCE. Vincent York featured alto sax
solosit with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, Ned
Mann bass, Kevin Gibbs piano and Kenneth Bolds
former drummer five years with Lionel Hampton
Drums at the University Club cocktail lounge each
Friday and Saturday evenings 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m.
throughout the Fall. No cover charge, free trial
membership available from the hostess. cFte
ENERGY LINE can help with HOUSING, JOBS,
OR ANY PROBLEM. Phone 663-5366 24 hours any
day. cFtc
-~ - 76-GUIDE
FOR 24-HR. PERSONAL COUNSELING and RE-
FERRAL call 76-GUIDE. For University phone num-
bers, events, and movies call 764-1817, for student
phone numbers call 764-2330. cF416
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MIDWEST!
Accu-Copy, 514 E. William, 769-8338
cF4-6
OZONE HOUSE needs you to provide temporary
housing for young people in crisis-one day to 2
weeks-a comfortable couch is all you need. Call
Jan at 662-2222. cF1211
PROFESSIONAL EDITING
" DISSERTATIONS
" BOOKS
* ARTICLES
" PAPERS
RUTH GLADSTONE-769-2931

FREE MEAL
in return for lunch waiter/occasional dishwasher.
Also needed: evening waiter; kitchen aid (knowl-
edge of kitchen helpful)-665-5309. Call 6:30 p.m. or
midnight. 00H115
Child Care Action Center needs people. 3 credits
through Project Outreach. Lots of fun with 21/z to
6 year olds. Call 764-3487. 97H115
CLEANING HELP NEEDED at sorority, 18 brs/
wk. Experience desired. Call 663-5331 evenings.
05H115
CHILDCARE in exchange for room and board. Own
room. One 7 yr. old child. Hours variable. Must
like children. Call 995-0503 after 6 p.m. 07H115
MEAL JOBS AVAILABLE-Zeta Tau Alpha. Call
663-5331 evenings. 06H115
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must be eighteen. No car necessary. Part-time
only. Ten to thirty hours per week. Apply in person
only after 4 p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw
Place. 81H121
SALESPEOPLE WANTED-To sell advertising for
the Michigan Daily on a commission basis. Call
Rod, 764-0560. dH118
EXPERIENCED WAITING HELP WANTED-Con-
tact Peter Dilorenzi at the University Club in
person 1 p.m.-3 p.m. week days. cH416
HOUSEKEEPER-Cook for family of 4, 12 hours'
per week, $3/hr. 662-6021. 421115
SUMMER JOBS
CEDAR POINT AMUSEMENT PARK, Sandusky,
Ohio, will hold on campus interviews February 1
and 2 for summer employment. Over 3,200 positions
available for a wide variety of jobs. Dormitory
or apartment style HOUSING AVAILABLE. Contact
Summer Placement Office for information and
appointment.
CEDA-R POINT
p41H131
MEAL JOBS AVAILABLE. Delta Sigma Delta
dental fraternity, 761-6616. 87H12
DELIVERY
HELP WANTED
MUST HAVE OWN CAR.
CALL:
ROUND HAUS CAFE
995-5095-
eH113

DRUMMER WISHES to join working band playing
weekends. Seven years experience in rock, country,
and iazz Phone Jeff .241-858 990117

TREK NEPAL
Join a small group of Ann Arborites for an explora:
tion of the culture and natural history of this Hima-
lavan Kingdom. May '78. 995-4617. cPtc

'71 MAVERICK, AM-FM. radio, new tires, new-
exhaust. 45,000 miles. Very dependable. $400. 483-
4199. 64N0115
1974 MAZDA-RX-4 Wagon. 43,000 miles, runs excel
lent, $1000 or best offer. 663-0220. 33N1i8
FORD, 1970 Station Wagon. New battery and ex-
haust.'$350 or best offer: Call 995-3696. 62N0117
1976 HONDA CIVIC, 5 speed, AM-FM radio, rear
defroster, excellent condition. 434-1376. 52N01 19
' 68 Cutlass, good engine. Call Mark. 663-1916. 86N01 14

2 BEAUTIFUL KITTENS 6 mo., need a good home.
Pegv eves before in. 665-OS8 n 117

PRIVATE PILOT
GROUND SCHOOL
Thirteen-week course meets Monday nights 7:00-
9:30 P.M. beginning January 16, Room 3080 East
Engineering. $45 course fee includes test. Sponsored
by Michigan Flyers. 98M115
Yoga/meditation class. Including relaxation and
concentration techniques. Starts Wednesday, Janu-
ary 18, 7 p.m. Concourse Lounge, Markley Hall.
Certified instructor. 994-0984. 96M115

ROOM IN HOUSE-$165/month plus utilities. 663-
3555. 92U14
Room in house with three men and one woman.
Available any time. $106.00 per month: 508 Law-
ren6e.995-5931. 02U 17
MALE SUBLET WANTED in fraternity house:
$118/month for 4 months, summer free. Call per-
sistentlv. 663-0292. 82U0115

WANTED-Ride to New York City. Jan. 14, 15,
16. 971-4600. After 5 n.m. call 662-2678. 58G0114

AaSSiN TN EEDD neiping pnysically nanaicap-
ped person in their home. Call 971-0277 9-5, Mon.
thru Fri. 95H0118
I AM SEEKING a few ambitious people capable
of making a financial success of a proven business
opportunity. For interviews call 971-3561. 94H121
WORK-STUDY JOB -Research assistant for library
research. Coding and checking data; variety of
other tasks. Light typing necessary. If interested
call Diane, 764-7487. 05H120
$3.50 HOURLY
FULL TIME
PERMANENT
Full time days or evenings easy phone sales. No
experience necessary. Full training program for
qualified individuals, must be 18 years or older.
Must have a clear telephone voice and a desire
to earn at least $250 weekly. Only ambitious de-
pendable people need apply. Call 487-5051. 021119
COMPUTER -TYPE, part-time. temporary.
Washtenaw County Community Mental Health
Center is looking for a person with advanced ex-
perience in using MICRO STDS or other relational-
type data base system in MTS. FORTRAN pro-
gramming skills desirable but not required. Call
David Clifford at 994-2601. p70H115
TENNIS PROS AND ASSISTANT PROS-Seasonal
and year-round clubs; good playing and teaching
background. Call 301 654-3770, or send 2 complete
resumes and 2 pictures to: Col. R. Reade, W.T.S.,
8401 Connecticut Ave.. Suite 1011. Chevy Chase, MD
20015. p16H120
LIMITED PART-TIME position available, retail
sales, imported clothing. Some experience helpful.
Grad student preferred. Call 769-8511 for appoint-
ment. 81110115
FREE MEALS in exchange for work on meal
crew at Beta Theta Pi. Call 995-9617, 87H119
WORK-STUDY STUDENT janitorial job available
10 hrs./wk., $3.00/hr. Inquire 1024 Hill, 764-2547.
84H117
BREAK into the entertainment business and get to
know U of M student programming activities. We
need competent responsible and energetic work-
study students. Call 763-1107. 8511117
HELP WANTED- 2 or 3 people needed to type
tapes of interviews for my thesis project. Part or
full time. Pay negotiable. Call Cary. 6654903, eve-
nings. Leave name and number. 78H118
PLAYING BAND looking for lead singer Must be
serious. Call Mike. 764-2891 or Tim, 764-5944. 72H115

EXPERIENCED TEACHER will help with writing,
editing, proofreading, typing. 668-7457. 92J117
DONNA'S PROFESSIONAL TYPING-973-0433.
44J115
WRITERS AIDE SERVICE INC. Professional edit-
ing and writing. Expert directional assistance for
papers, theses. 761-8645; 557-2755. cJtc
ADVERTISE FOR LESS uiroughthe 649ichioan
Daily contracted classified ads. Call 764-0557121
moreinformation.
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6,7 days/week 994-3594
cJtc
A PROFESSIONAL TYPIST
is your best bet. Dissertations, manuscripts, papers,
etc. Reasonable/guaranteed/references. 434-9027.
cJ209
NEED HELP with your Holiday cleaning? We do a
variety of chores expertly done by grad student.
References if requestedCall 995-2388. dJ
TYPING-Any kind of Manuscripts. IBM Selectric.
663-5979. 91J114
TYPING-Professional/student rates. Fast, reliable
service. Ask for Barbara,,65-4286,24 hours. cJtc

TURNTABLE-BIC940, Shure M91ED Cartridge,
walnut base dust cover. List $211.80, asking $96.
995-5482. 03X1 14
USED FENDER Telecastor Guitar. Natural finish
with maple neck. Call Don, 769-1400. cX125
USED GIBSON Es 150. Good condition. Apollo
Music Center, 323 S. Main, Ann Arbor. cX125
USED FENDER SHOWMAN, amp one CBS, CSB.
Call Don, 769-1400. cX127
COMPACT STEREO SY rEM, exc. condition, $90.
763-6568, mornings.- (01113

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PEOPLE PLACES-Student co-ops. Winter Open-
ings. Share warmth, work, expenses, fun! Inter-
Cooperative Council, 4002 Michigan Union. 662-4414.
77E115
ROOM AND BOARD-Sublet in comfortable co-ed
house, Jan. 30 to April 4. $164/mo. Peter, 761-6515.
66E0118
ROOM AND BOARD in friendly fraternity, $215/
month. Everyone welcome. 665-5740 or 662-4003.

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AD deadline is 12 noon the day before
publication (4 P.M. Fri. for Sun.) including
corrections and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than one incorrect
insertion of an ad. Advertisements may be
removed from publication but will be billed
according to original number of days ordered.
This policy is also applicable to ads requiring
pre-payment, i.e., no refunds. Information
regarding content of classified ads cannot
by disclosed prior to publication. Advertisers'
names may never be revealed.
Number of lines in advertisements is
determined by total number of words-
7 words/line. "Help Wanted" ads cannot
discriminate on the basis of sex, color,
creed or national origin to any extent
(i.e. "preferably" is still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-charge to a
maximum of 3 lines for 3 days.

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BABYSITTER-for 3 yr. old boy, my home every
Wednesday afternoon 12-6.769-7655. 69K0115

MISCELLANEOUS
NEEDED-PARKING spot near E. Jefferson and
S. Division. 663-5927. 20M114
CLASSICAL GUITAR INSTRUCTION. Beginning-
Advanced level. Guitar Gallery,,236 Nickels Arcade.
662-5888. 01M201
QUALIFIED EDITOR of papers, theses, articles,
books. No ghost writing. Call 663-1369 after 5 p.m.
63M119

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SECOND CHANCE-Music and Meal Deal. Eat in
restaurant,.Sun-Thurs between 4 and 9 p.m. and
enter night club free. cFtc

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar
01978 LOS ANGELES TIMES

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20 Shed
22 Use a blowtorch
23 Haul
24 Hang on to
26 Discuss
29 Racing spa in
New York State
33 Ferrum
34 Calico cloth
36 Man's nickname
37 Speech sound
39 Opera house area
40 Ebb and flow
42 Singular
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51 Wapitis
52 Notches
53 Additional
55 Caribbean capital
58 Develop
61 Part of OD
63 Letter writer's
sign-off
65 Large and small.
66 Symbol of rapture
67 Trail
68 Part of THI
69 On-with
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3 Beginner
4 Hops drink
5 Diluted
6 Have - (try):
Phrase
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Stew ingredient
Malacca
Direction
Lump of turf
Wear away
Expurgate
Humming bird's
cousin
Choir member
Fowl
See 8 Down
Makes a choice
Require
Brats
Ready money
Rodeo-
Six bells
Sober-minded
Billiard shot
Low-growing plant
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Radar screen
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Textile worker
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AIR FORGE
ROTC
Gateway too great way of life
764-2405

rMOflDAY NflGHIT
MUG NIGHT
reduced rice/ on mug/ of deer
HAPPY HOURS
EVERY DAY
~3-7p.m. monthru Fri.
1/2 price drink
_.. 11 chur (off S. University) 995-5955

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Assorted Cord Bells $900
& Cord Straight Legs $ b 8
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Creative Opportunities-
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER (UAC) is now
accepting applications for the positions of President,
Personnel Vice President, Financial Vice President
and Public Relations Vice President for the 1978-79
academic year. UAC provides cultural programming
and entertainment for students at the U. of M. Four
energetic and responsible individuals are needed
to coordinate this totally student run organization.

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